Published November 15, 2012
In the wake of Barack Obama’s victory at the polls, I’ve received a torrent of e-mails from liberal friends asking me how I can possibly stand by my characterization of the president as an amateur.
Published September 20, 2012
The real reason President Obama gave 'Bibi' Netanyahu the brush off, was political, no diplomatic.
Published August 30, 2012
As Mitt Romney gets ready to take the stage in Tampa at the Republican convention, it's not hard to see that the mainstream media has recently declared open season on his Mormon faith.
Published August 01, 2012
Saddled with a candidate who has run out of fresh ideas, David Axelrod, Barack Obama’s political Merlin, has waved his magic wand and conjured up a new persona for his candidate.
Published July 10, 2012
Mitt Romney has correctly perceived a little-recognized softness in Obama’s black support. Romney believes that he has the opportunity to make significant inroads in the president’s once-solid black base.
Published July 02, 2012
It is the hallmark of a political amateur to ignore the advice of wise men and women who tell him what he doesn’t want to hear and, instead, embrace those who cater to his inexperience, vanity, and worst instincts. This has been the pattern of the Obama presidency. And that was exactly what happened in the case of ObamaCare.
Published June 08, 2012
President Obama's three unreported White House dinners with a small group of presidential historians they shed light on the reason this president is likely to find it much harder than he expects to connect with the public and win reelection to the White House.